In this freakin’ AWESOME episode of The Smarter Content Marketing Lab Podcast, Melissa Eggleston joins me in the lab. She’s the co-author of a new book called The Zombie Business Cure: How to Refocus your Company’s Identity for More Authentic Communication“>The Zombie Business Cure: How to Refocus Your Company’s Identity for More Authentic Communication.  (Cool name, huh?) Think of it as a self-help book for your business.

Cool Things You’ll Learn

In the episode, Melissa provides TONS of great–and actionable–info about content marketing and business identity. You’ll learn:

  • What website user experience (aka UX) is and why it’s important
  • Where the book title—The Zombie Business Cure—came from
  • The difference between a zombie-like business and one that’s truly human-centered
  • How to determine if YOU might have a “zombie” business
  • The difference between a business identity vs. a brand identity
  • Why you need a strong business identity in order to attract more of the right customers
  • Why the word “brand” can have a negative connotation among consumers
  • How business identity can impact content development for your business
  • The danger of jumping into tactics before understanding what your core business values are
  • How the relationship between consumers and businesses is a lot like dating
  • Why you shouldn’t be afraid of restricting your customer base by highlighting the uniqueness of your business
  • How a business can become much more human by embracing mistakes
  • How to build your own business identity

We cover a LOT of REALLY interesting topics that you don’t want to miss. So, go ahead and dive in!

Things, People and Places We Talk About (and that You Might Like!)

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